How to Challenge the Results of a DWI Breath or Blood Test | Steven Wright Law
When a police officer believes that you are driving while intoxicated (DWI), they will ask you to submit to a blood or breath test to measure your blood alcohol content (BAC) or breath alcohol concentration (BrAC). In Texas, you can receive a DWI charge in three ways, but the most commonly known is if your BAC exceeds the legal…Read More
Does Business Interruption Insurance Cover COVID-19 Losses?
With COVID-19 disrupting Texas businesses significantly, owners are losing revenue and suffering added costs. If you have business interruption insurance, filing a claim for these types of losses is the next practical step.Read More
What Are the Fines and Penalties for a Texas DWI?
Texas takes it driving while intoxicated (DWI) laws seriously. Lawmakers do not go easy on the accused and impose significant legal consequences for convictions, including jail time, fines, rehabilitation, and court costs.Read More